Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 16, 1862
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p.2 The Harbor - The ice still lingers in large broken masses in our harbor. Navigation for steamboats is but little impeded, however. The Pierrepont returned from Cape Vincent on Monday night with a large cargo, part for transhipment by railway, and part for Kingston. She again left yesterday, and late last night came in with a large cargo of sugar on Kingston account. The steamer Huron left on Tuesday morning without cargo for Toronto and Hamilton. The propeller Colonist sailed last night for western waters, with a cargo of iron. The propeller Nicolet leaves today for her station in Georgian Bay. Other steamers and sailing vessels are preparing to leave. Calvin's steamtugs have crossed from their winter quarters at Garden Island to tow the vessels out from the wharves, etc. The American channel is almost quite clear of ice. Two American propellers have entered the lake from Ogdensburg, via this channel, and it is said the steamer Boston passed up by the same course yesterday from Brockville for western ports.
p.3 Custom Imports - Port of Kingston - April 14th .
For Sale in the Yacht Glance - Three shares in the yacht Glance - 9 3/4 tons - winner in 1860 of the Prince of Wales Cup at Hamilton, 1st prize in the second class at the Provincial Regatta at Toronto, 1st prize in second class at Kingston Regatta, and the first prize in same class at the Cobourg Regatta last year. The fastest and best standing keel yacht in the Province, and in perfect sailing condition. In the above races she was not allowed to compete in first class except for the Prince's Cup, which she won in fine style.
The above shares will be sold together or separately, and further particulars given upon application to the undersigned at the Law Office of Messrs. Campbell & Mowat. Edw. Boyd
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- Rick Neilson
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